Op-Ed, Russell Redding, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture
In a state as agriculturally rich as Pennsylvania, no one should wonder where their next meal is coming from.
The first year of the Pennsylvania Farm Bill has wrapped, but there's more to come.
The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement that protects Pennsylvanians is at risk of running out of funds to fuel their vital work.
We’d like to help remember this day by spreading information on how you can agriculturally support your community.
No Pennsylvanian should go hungry. But, what if you don’t have a reliable or consistent transportation?
Now is the time for agriculture to do what it does best: to band together, to do it in support of and solidarity with our black neighbors.
Questions and answers from a recent town hall meeting about the $16 billion available to Pennsylvania farmers in direct relief payments.
Today's troubles are temporary. These times will pass; but in the meantime, Pennsylvanians shouldn't worry about food.
If you've been wondering how help your community during this time, we've rounded up some opportunities.
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